Alapaha Plantation nanofiltration water system failed after a year @ LCC Regular 2022-07-26.
Lowndes County apparently forgot to turn on the audio feed to the media corral in the back of the room during their August 10, 2021, Regular Session.
Gretchen noticed during the 811 Day Proclamation and switched to the camera’s microphone, which was better than no audio.
They did turn the audio feed back on during the approval of the Minutes.
The Lowndes County Commission has not videoed their own meetings
for about a year now, despite authorizing $110,147.78 for Commission Chambers Audio and Visual Upgrade back in April
with a report in July of expected total delivery in August.
Meanwhile, the City of Valdosta livestreamed all their meetings during the pandemic with an iPhone.
The longest item by far at twelve minutes was
7.b. REZ-2021-12 US 84/I-75 Industrial Park – PD amendment for solar.
After Attorney Jack Langdale spoke for, Gretchen Quarterman also spoke for.
10. Reports – County Manager,
which includes some discussion about rural broadband funding.
Citizens Wishing to Be Heard, two about impassible private dirt roads,
two others about drainage problems, and
Brad Folsom: citizens request for more transparency.
It didn’t take a crystal ball to predict (as I did) that Wild Adventures Jon Vigue would be appointed to the
Valdosta Lowndes Tourism Authority, since the last two appointees were also Wild Adventures GM.
Commissioners approved the
8.b. Alapaha Plantation Water Treatment Pilot Study,
but there are murmurings that they are not going to do any subdivision water systems more like that.
Below are links to each LAKE video of each agenda item with a few notes,
followed by a LAKE video playlist.
See also the
LAKE videos of the preceding Monday morning Work Session,
the preceding Planning Commission meeting.
The board packet, received after a LAKE open records request,
is on the LAKE website: